In Conversation with Denise Rossetto
She’s one of Canada’s top creative talents who decided that a pandemic was the ideal time to launch a new agency. Please join Andrew Simon, President of the ADCC, as he chats with one of his favourite people, Denise Rossetto of Broken Heart Love Affair. How is the start-up life different than working at a multinational agency? What’s the secret to a long, award-winning career in advertising? Was working with Andrew as painful as we imagine? To find out the answers to these and other burning questions, join the Conversation on Wednesday, June 3rd from 12-1pm EST. This event will be held using Zoom. Attendees will receive a link to the Zoom meeting the morning of June 3rd.
Date and Time
Jun 3, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Meet our Speakers
Denise Rossetto is recognized as one of Canada’s top Creative Directors and again this year ranked in the top five in Strategy Magazine’s Creative Report Card. Her work has been recognized in every national and international award show for clients as varied as PepsiCo, Wrigley, Nike, Johnson and Johnson, Labatt Breweries, Mars, Subaru, Rogers, The Canadian Cancer Society, RBC and most recently Paralympics and Right to Play. She has also won the Grand Prix award for the most effective campaign in the country twice and topped the Cassie’s Effectiveness index. Before becoming Chief Creative Officer, Denise was consistently ranked top writer in Canada. Prior to founding Broken Heart Love Affair, Denise spent five years at BBDO where she got the agency onto the podium at this year’s Strategy Agency of the Year awards. She was also part of the team that brought home the Agency of the Year award for four years at DDB. An internationally recognized industry leader, Denise was named one of Toronto Brand Stars. She has been twice asked to judge the Cannes Lion Festival of Creativity, along with the One Show, LIA, the Clios and was President of the D&AD radio jury. As well as sitting on several advertising panels she was recently a moderator for Women of Influence and was honoured to be on the See It Be It Panel. She is also Chair of the Board of the National Advertising Benevolence Society.